Wild Knight Maintains Success
By Amanda Ghezzi-Rumore • Aug 25th, 2011 • Category: Nightlife & Clubs • Print This Post
I hadn’t been to Wild Knight since opening week so I was anxious to see where they’ve settled in the hierarchy of Scottsdale Nightlife. It’s no secret Scottsdale clubs come and go pretty quickly, it takes something pretty spectacular to make it in this town, so upon arrival I was a bit in awe of the obvious success of Wild Knight.
This extraordinary staff takes attention to detail to the next level. I was introduced to a few staff members during the evening and, every time I passed them throughout the night, they addressed me by name. Donald Trump types may expect that but in a dark lounge on a busy Thursday night I consider this to be impressive service.
A highlight of the night was the incredible music echoing through the lounge. DJ SCOTTY BOY killed it! It’s hard to find a hot spot with great music, but Wild Knight aced my test. My sister, Merissa, and I agreed that this club offered beats that rivals some of our favorite spots from across the country. Like Wild Knight on facebook to keep track of their DJ line-up.
Luckily Wild Knight has also incorporated some ultra-posh yet convenient amenities into their sophisticated setting. Guests who have bottle service can relax a little more knowing that drawers are hidden under the couches, allowing the ladies to safely tuck their clutches away while they dance the night away.
Haven’t Yet Been?
Wild Knight radiates with vibes of sexiness. Expect red leather, elaborate furniture, mirrored walls and a white canopied ceiling. Wild Knight is not a restaurant, not a happy hour bar and not a lounge. They are proud to be a club; a club that encourages bottle service for a more intimate evening filled with decadence. Thursday, Friday and Saturdays they open at 9pm and table reservations begin at 10pm. No food, just cocktails, and very good ones. They have an array of specialty drinks made with Pinnacle Whipped Vodka. If you prefer tequila, they are partial to Luna Malvada. One more exclusivity is their six liter bottle of Dom Perignon. Why even bother purchasing a few bottles when you can indulge in Arizona’s largest bottle of champagne heaven?
I am a loyal fan of Wild Knight. If you haven’t yet been, it’s time to make a visit.
For more information, visit WildKnightClub.com